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Abstract: Even though Iris Murdoch's novels depict a profoundly patriarchal society, most scholars have generally failed to identify any feminist aspirations in her work. This article aims to reassess her legacy as a writer by analysing from a feminist perspective one of her most acclaimed novels, 'The Sea, The Sea' (1978). The tension between the androcentric approach of a self-deluded male narrator and a female author whose worldview is strongly influenced by her gender results in a feminist critique which is not based on the recovery of a female voice, but on the exploration of patriarchy within the novel and the production of a feminist epistemology derived from a dialogue between Murdoch's fiction and philosophy.
Fuente: Critical survey, 2022, 34(1), 27-44
Fecha de publicación: 01/03/2022
Nº de páginas: 18
Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista
Url de la publicación: https://www.berghahnjournals.com/view/journals/critical-survey/34/1/cs340103.xml
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MACARENA GARCIA-AVELLO FERNANDEZ-CUETO